Installing Unity & uploading your first world

1. Install Unity #

To begin, you will need to download and install Unity in the version 2021.3.8f1. This specific version is required to test in the sandbox.

  • Unity Hub
    • If you do not have Unity Hub already installed, you will need to install it first.
    • Installing Unity Hub
      • To install Unity Hub, copy and paste this link into your browser’s address bar: unityhub://2021.3.8f1/b30333d56e81. You can also click the “Unity Hub” button on this page to be taken through the installation process.In addition, you will also need to install the “WebGL Build Support” module.

2. Download the Starter Template #

  • **Click here to download the starter template.**
  • Extract the archive and open the project from Unity Hub.
  • Once the project is open, you may be prompted to update to the latest version of the Spatial Unity SDK, click yes to proceed.
  • Next, open the “Environment.unity” scene:

3. Authenticate with Spatial #

To proceed, you will need to authenticate with Spatial. Go to the main menu bar, select “Spatial SDK/Account” and follow the steps outlined in the window.

Where to find your access token? #

Access your Creator Toolkit Account

4. Test in your Sandbox Space #

Once authenticated, you are now ready to test the environment directly in Spatial. Click the “Test” button in the main Unity toolbar.

When the process is completed, the environment will be loaded directly into your world.

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